I bet many of you would love to study music production at a kick-ass music school.
Your classes take place in high-end studios instead of musty classrooms.
Sounds swanky don’t it?
Too bad it’s not always worth the trouble. You can learn most of the stuff they teach you at home.
I’ve actually crunched the numbers and it comes down to this:
You can learn all the techniques you’d learn at audio school for only a fraction of the cost. Literally, you would save over 90% of your money by learning this stuff at home. I went to the SAE Institute in Madrid and it was great. Don’t get me wrong. But an efficient use of my time and money?
Not even close.
It’s About Opportunity Cost
Let’s do a quick comparison. SAE Institute was about $10,000 for the year, and it was one of the cheaper campuses. Some of the issues I had were:
- I had to relocate.
- Move abroad.
- Learn a new language.
- Make new friends.
- Dive into debt
Ugh. Lots of work for access to a nice studio. And it’s not like you can remember every lesson and every trick. A lot of stuff you learn in a classroom you definitely forget.
It’s not like I could videotape every lesson.
And let’s not forget that many of the lessons weren’t even worth going to, let alone video-recording. The opportunity cost of going to school like I did is staggering. I loved the adventure, but I realize it’s not worth the effort for everyone.
How About Something Simpler?
A simpler solution is in order. One that doesn’t even require you to leave the room.
Enter Joe Gilder’s Production Club. 19 videos that you can download and keep forever. No need to memorize complex techniques. If you forget something you can just refer back to one of the videos.
And these videos are actually worth watching, not like some of those classes I had to sit through…
It used to be that the Production Club cost $497. Sounds steep, but compare that to the $10,000 I paid. It’s literally an easier education than I ever had at only 5% of the cost.
I’m actually getting annoyed even thinking about it.
But it gets even better.
Coming back to my calculations, that’s only about 5% of the cost of going to an audio school. And you don’t even have to leave your room.
Go here: http://nanacast.com/vp/108719/219371/ and learn all the music production tips you could ever think of.
To Make This Music Production Course Even Cheaper:
How’s that for a little extra? Now there’s no way you can’t get something absolutely packed with information on how to take your music production to the next level.
Talking about making your productions better, here’s what one of my dear, loyal reader was kind enough to email me tonight. I just had to share it with you because it warmed my heart. Sorry James!
I just wanted to tell you thanks for all the great info you have given me both with your articles and your book. My work is now fun, rather then the hair pulling fiasco it used to be. I also sound much more professional to the people coming to me for their recording needs.
If you want both the Production Club and the Strategies bundle, just click the link below:
Then just email me your receipt at bjorgvin[at]audio-issues.com and I’ll send you a free copy of the Strategies Bundle.
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